Sprint announces new data plans for tablets, other mobile broadband devices

Sprint announces new data plans for tablets, other mobile broadband devices

Sprint today announced a pair of new data plans for their Mobile Broadband devices, including tablets, dedicated mobile hotspot devices, USB modems, netbooks and notebooks.  Customers can select from 6GB  plan for $49.9/month or 12GB of data for $79.99/month.   With 20 percent more data than what Verizon and AT&T offer their subscribers, these plans work for either 3G or 4G data connectivity.

“Sprint is committed to delivering exceptional value to its customers, and our new 3G/4G Mobile Broadband plans are the latest example of that,” said Will Souder, vice president of pricing for Sprint. “Sprint gives customers more data at lower prices than competitors, so they can do more with their mobile broadband devices on Sprint’s 3G and 4G networks.”

In addition to the above plans, Sprint is also debuting a two other plans for tablets and dedicated mobile hotspot devices which include  3GB for $34.99/month or 1GB at $19.99/month.

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2 Comments

  1. Timmy
    November 14, 12:24 Reply

    Or you could go on Verizon and AT&T and get faster 4G LTE, and a much bigger and faster 3G network. You get what you pay for lol.

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